ilapothecary

Beat The Blues Room Spray

50-ml

Suitable for Vegetarians

£29.00

ilapothecary Beat The Blues Room Spray is a beautifully smelling, calming room fragrance spray containing powerful essential oils to beat depression and banish feelings of melancholy. Beat The Blues Room Spray helps uplift emotions, soothes and nourishes the body and mind. Clary Sage for happiness, Rose Geranium for peace and harmony, Tuberose to calm the mind and Petitgrain to elevate our souls and Beat the Blues.

How does it work:

ilapothecary uses the study of numerical value to reinforce and establish the intent and effectiveness of each product. Every remedy number has been expertly matched to a corresponding item of parallel purpose. Find your number, find yourself.

ilapothecary Beat the Blues Room Spray, Remedy No 27: For believing in yourself and listening to your intuition. It is self-affirming and fortifying.

An effective and transformative blend, this room spray helps to clear the atmosphere and creates a peaceful and uplifting space. Clary Sage, one of Nature™s happiness inducing oils combines with Rose Geranium restoring peace and harmony, whilst Tuberose and Petitgrain calm the mind and elevate our souls.

Strengthening yet relaxing, Clary Sage boosts self-esteem, confidence, hope and mental strength to leave you inspired and revitalised. Its musky sweetness enlivens the senses while dispelling illusion and steadying the mind. It subtly balances the hormone system and is known to help ease menstrual pain and soothe the flow of energy in the stomach (useful for those who suffer from IBS). Petitgrain for releasing and self-accepting. An angelic fragrance, Petitgrain banishes negative energies. It protects against mental anguish, helps to release anger and to heal emotional wounds. It helps us ˜berather than ˜do It promotes higher levels of consciousness and is hence useful for those moments when you want to calm and clear the mind.

The Summary:

ilapothecary Beat The Blues Room Spray Benefits:
- Powerful essential oils for combating depression and uplifting emotions
- Creates a peaceful and uplifting space
- For when you want to calm and clear the mind
- A revitalising room spray for all the family

Directions: Keep ilapothecary Beat The Blues Room Spray beside your computer, in the car, or in the room you spend the most time in. Spray on curtains and pillows, in your drawers and wardrobes, or simply into the atmosphere (particularly after any heated discussions). Lovely and calming at bedtime for the children too.



Ethanol, Pelargonium Graveolens Flower (Rose Geranium) Oil, Petitgrain Bigarde Oil, Citrus Sinensis (Sweet Orange) Oil, Salvia Sclarea (Clary) Oil, Tuberose Absolute Oil

Product Code: ILA0001

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